Young people pushing back against transgender nonsense has LGBT activists alarmed

Jul 5, 2019 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, LifeSite:

Despite nonstop promotion from corporations, the mainstream media, the entertainment industry, and progressive politicians, a new set of polls seems to indicate that younger Americans are growing increasingly uncomfortable with the growing extremism of the LGBTQ movement.

Additionally, as the movement shifts into the post-gay “marriage” era and begins to radicalize around gender fluidity, transgenderism, and the rejection of science in favour of self-identification, many of those who were neutral or supportive are deciding that this is where they get off the train.

The statistics are genuinely surprising. According to the annual Accelerating Acceptance report, the number of Americans between the ages of 18 and 34 who are “comfortable interacting with LGBTQ people” dropped from 53% in 2017 to 45% in 2018, which is already a decrease from 63% in 2016. Especially surprising is the fact that this is the only age group that is growing more uncomfortable with the LGBTQ movement—and this is the famously “tolerant” generation. Young women in particular are driving this change, with their comfort levels dropping from 64% in 2017 to 52% in 2018 according to a recent Harris Poll commissioned by the gay activist organization GLAAD.

Other findings triggered dire warnings from John Gerzema, the CEO of The Harris Poll, who stated that the polling was “very alarming” and could “signal a looming social crisis in discrimination.”

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